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and mississippi. later, eugene robinson, karen finney and richard wolffe will be here on what's shaping up to be a great night for rick santorum and not a good night for mitt romney. you're watching live election coverage of "the ed show" on msnbc. stay with us. >>> you're watching special election coverage on msnbc. big night for rick santorum winning both alabama and mississippi. it was an ugly night for newt gingrich and mitt romney. next, i'll ask chris matthews, rachel maddow, and also reverend al sharpton what this means for president obama. stay tuned. you're watching "the ed show" on msnbc. >>> welcome back to special coverage of the mississippi and alabama primaries on "the ed show" on msnbc. rick santorum has won the alabama primary. according to nbc news. and nbc news also called mississippi for the former pennsylvania senator, rick santorum. i'm joined again by msnbc's chris matthews, reverend al sharpton, and rachel maddow. i want to talk about illinois for just a second. chris, there's a lot of guys that go to work with lunch buckets in illinois. if rick santorum ever had a c
, karen finney, eugene robinson and richard wolffe, on what's shaping up to be a great night for rick santorum and not a great night for mitt romney. you're watching live election coverage of "the ed show" on msnbc. >>> you're watching special election coverage on msnbc. big night for rick santorum, winning both alabama and mississippi. it was an ugly night for newt gingrich and mitt romney. next i'll ask chris matthews, rachel maddow, also reverend al sharpton what this means for president obama. stay tuned. you're watching "the ed show" on msnbc. >>> welcome back to special coverage of the mississippi and alabama primaries on "the ed show" on msnbc. rick santorum has won the alabama primary. according to nbc news. and nbc news also called mississippi for the former pennsylvania senator, rick santorum. i'm joined a bverend al sharpton, and rachel maddow. i want to talk about illinois for just a second. chris, there's a lot of guys that go to work with lunch buckets in illinois. if rick santorum ever had a chance to make a play for that wage earner, this is the perfect time to do it,
to an etch a sketch. how appropriate. richard wolffe will draw some conclusions about mitt romney's campaign later in this hour. >>> and i want to know why scott walker didn't get any tough questions from a fox news anchor. share your thoughts on twitter using the hashtag ed show. we'll be right back. >>> i even get choked up when i think about it. if anything like this would have happened to my brother, i would be livid. so i think -- i look at trayvon's picture and i see my brother. >> i look at that boy's picture and my heart breaks for that family. we lost a child and we know what it's like when you lose a child and it's just the most blatant case of racism and it's just outrageous. >> voices from all over america speaking out. florida's stand your ground law gives people the right to use deadly force and call it self-defense. the law allowed george zimmerman to not only shoot and kill a 17-year-old, trayvon martin, but it has enabled zimmerman to walk the streets as a free man. so how did the law pass the florida house overwhelmingly and the senate unanimously? well, how about help from
a sketch. how appropriate. richard wolffe will draw some conclusions about mitt romney's campaign later in this hour. >>> and i want to know why scott walker didn't get any tough questions from a fox news anchor. share your thoughts on twitter using the hashtag ed show. we'll be right back. [ leanne ] appliance park has been here since the early 50s. my dad and grandfather spent their whole careers here. [ charlie ] we're the heartbeat of this place, the people on the line. we take pride in what we do. when that refrigerator ships out the door, it's us that work out here. [ michael ] we're on the forefront of revitalizing manufacturing. we're proving that it can be done here, and it can be done well. [ ilona ] i came to ge after the plant i was working at closed after 33 years. ge's giving me the chance to start back over. [ cindy ] there's construction workers everywhere. so what does that mean? it means work. it means work for more people. [ brian ] there's a bright future here, and there's a chance to get on the ground floor of something big, something that will bring us back. not on
on the latest on the boycott, plus salon's joan walsh and richard wolffe on the sorry republican response to limbaugh's sorry remarks. >>> ohio governor john kasich is refusing federal disaster relief for his state and democrats accused him of playing politics. ohio congressman tim ryan is furious and he will weigh in. >>> it's super tuesday-eve, mitt romney's campaign just keeps getting goofy. >> born on a mountaintop in tennessee, raised in the woods so he knew every tree. >> all the latest on the state of the race with the nation's john nichols, and analyst howard fineman. >> he killed himself a bear. davy, davy crockett. >>> good to have you with us, thanks for watching. >>> breaking news off the top, a second station has decided to drop the rush limbaugh radio show. could it be the tip of the iceberg? for the last three days of last week, rush limbaugh has had no remorse about attacking a 30-year-old law student, sandra fluke. he called her some of the worst names imaginable and assaulted her character. when he started losing sponsors, he said he was sorry. but he didn't really apolo
. >>> all that plus richard wolffe, e.j. dionne and terry sewell of alabama if the republicans believe the president is a muslim you're watching "the ed show" special coverage here on msnbc of mississippi and alabama we're right back. , minnesota. in here, the landscaping business grows with snow. to keep big winter jobs on track, at&t provided a mobile solution that lets everyone from field workers to accounting, initiate, bill, and track work in real time. you can't live under a dome in minnesota, that's why there's guys like me. [ male announcer ] it's a network of possibilities -- helping you do what you do... even better. ♪ ♪ imagine zero pollutants in our environment. or zero dependency on foreign oil. ♪ this is why we at nissan built a car inspired by zero. because zero is worth everything. the zero gas, 100% electric nissan leaf. innovation for the planet. innovation for all. >>> polls are closed in alabama and mississippi, and alabama the race is too early to call. in mississippi, that race is also too early to call. more special election coverage coming up on "the ed sh
is that there are worse things than losing. >> political analyst richard wolffe on the "game change" fallout. >> the limbaugh controversy is spreading to other talkers. radio expert holland cook and eric bolert have the analysis. >> sean hannity's harvard conspiracy theory was a bust but smeared the good name of derrick bell. tonight the late professor's widow joins me to defend her husband's memory. >>> good to have you with us, thanks for watching. republicans have found their footing in their attacks on president obama. it looks like they are having an impact on the american people as well. it's all about gas. a new washington post abc new poll shows, 65% of americans disapprove of the way the president has handled gas prices. a new cbs news-new york times poll has president obama's approval rating at an all time low? it's only one poll. but that is a number and 54% of americans say gas prices are something that the president can do a lot about. really. president obama tried to get out in front of the problem today. he did television interviews with local news channels from eight key elec
that door, and my plan is to be at the convention. >> richard wolffe on the latest palin-sanity. >> the right wing con pir ra -- conspiracy get scooped. >> e.j. dionne joins us. >>> republicans just can't bring themselves to criticize rush limbaugh in any way, shape or form. the gop candidates have been so critical of president obama but they will not condemn out rainous attacks by a commercial talk show host. mitt romney punted on his first chance to address rush limbaugh. he was given a second chance and ran away from it again. >> my campaign is about jobs and the economy and scaling back the size of government and i'm not going to weigh in on that particular controversy. >> not going to weigh in on it. romney says he's not going to weigh in on rush limbaugh. because it's not what his campaign is about. really? mitt, it doesn't have anything to do with money? romney's former company bought rush limbaugh's syndicator, premiere radio in 2008, an article in the daily beast described the valuable relationship between clear channel communications and mitt romney. how about t
next we're joined karen finney richard wolffe, howard fineman on mitt romney's foot in mouth disease about how he says the economy is getting better. >>> big news out of wisconsin one of the senators up for recall resigns, what does this mean for the race in the senate? john nichols with me on that, we're right back. [ captain ] sorry folks, our landing time got moved back another hour. [ crowd chatters and groans ] ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] hunger getting to you? grab a ritz crackerfuls. made with real cheese and whole grain, it'll help keep you satisfied until your next meal. get hunger before it gets you. it'll help keep you satisfied until your next meal. today is gonna be an important day for us. you ready? we wanna be our brother's keeper. what's number two we wanna do? bring it up to 90 decatherms. how bout ya, joe? let's go ahead and bring it online. attention on site, attention on site. now starting unit nine. some of the world's cleanest gas turbines are now powering some of america's biggest cities. siemens. answers. gomery and abigail higgins had... ...a tree that bore t
. same with women, richard wolffe. 2000, 7.8 million more women, 2004, 8.8 million more women. 2008, 9.7 million more women in the electorate. so it's just like they have totally become oblivious based on some hard-right ideology, totally oblivious to the whole breakdown of the electorate and the growing numbers in certain areas, just offend them, doesn't matter. >> well, this is not a new cycle or progression in american politics, just as the growth of latino voters aren't. you know, women voters were decisive in a successive series of elections, going back to the '90s. they are disproportionately the swing votes, especially suburban women, and this kind of cultural wars at this moment, which is, by the way, completely off topic for what voters want to hear right now, what women voters want to lehere right now is goi to threaten them. and if they carry on on this the track with latino voters, they're not going to be within reach in texas in 10 years, 15 years' time. a republican nominee will struggle to get anything like what they need in the electoral college on this track. >> now, t
governor ed rendell, now an nbc news political analyst, and richard wolffe, nbc political analyst. he's author of "revival: the the struggle for survival inside the obama white house." governor rendell, let me start with you. vice president biden laid out the case for democrats today. the fight for fairness. what are the republicans running on? >> well, reverend, before i answer that question, i have to tell you, i am absolutely stunned mitt romney wants to get rid of planned parenthood. didn't we see a tape of him attending a planned parenthood fund-raiser several years ago? >> yeah, we did. we showed it right here on this show. >> i'm pretty stunned about that gymnastic flip-flop. but, look, planned parenthood, people who are against abortion, who want to reduce the number of abortions in this country should be thankful for planned parenthood. their family planning, which is the bulk of what they do, prevents a ton of unwanted pregnancies. and to think of getting rid of planned parenthood is repugnant and makes no sense to anybody on either side of that issue. but to go back to your
question she wants to answer. richard wolff is msnbc political analyst. good afternoon. >> hello! >> very exciting. crystal, i want to start with you. the women's groups, there was a protest outside of the fund-raiser for mitt romney. and they're really seizing on this etch a sketch to make the point that you can't shake away -- to make the point that in a general election, we dope know what his role record would be on women's issues. will that stick? >> absolutely. a charge that sticks from all angles. conservatives have been reluctant to support romney because they feel like they can't trust him and women will be very reluctant to support him because they feel like they can't trust him too. i don't know if you remember when he did that interview and said i wouldn't support the blount aeld. like an hour later he was his position on that which is very important to a lot of women. the problem with this guy, whether you're left, wright or center. you have no idea where he stand or what he believes. >> the ads write themselves. in my brainy keep thinking, i hate planned parenthood. here's my
deficit. we're also taking a series of measures to help promote growth. >> richard wolffe is an msnbc political analyst and the author of "reivl the struggle for survival inside the obama white house." and his knowledge of all things british is about as wide as newt gingrich's ego. >> thank you much. >> given that speaker boehner, eric cantor and all the republican candidates would favor the british approach, it is instructive to consider the effect thus far, britain's growth over the laurt quarter of 2011, zero, consumer confidence is now so low it can barely be calculated. and yet the president gets attacked for his attempt to stimulate the economy. >> yeah, and just compare that fourth quarter growth which is slightly negative i think which means it wasn't growing at all in the uk, compare that growth with what we're seeing here in america, fourth quarter growth just got revised upwards, was around 3% at the end of last year. so unemployment now is higher in the uk than it is here. even though it's still too high here. and yes, you're looking at a very, very significant gap idea lo
-runner in an even weaker field. joining me now, msnbc political analyst richard wolffe. he's the author of "revival, the struggle for survival inside the obama white house." and michael steele, msnbc analyst and former rnc chairman. thank you both for being here tonight. >> good to see you, rev. >> michael, you handing out life preservers or is there still time to right this ship? >> abandon ship. no, look, i think both these gentlemen have touched an appropriate nerve that is getting everyone's attention focused on whether or not we are seriously going to contest for not just the nomination but for the white house this fall. and i think the battles that we have seen so far, the bickering, the back and forth, the ugly ads, all of this is fodder that's been fed to the democrats and that will get replayed against the eventual nominee this fall. so, yeah. i think george will is saying, look. everybody needs to start taking a look at this thing and seeing that at some point, we may have to re-evaluate what the real priority is going to be for november. and so we have time to do that. in other words, le
to our blog at ed.msnbc.com. we'll bring you results later. >>> joining me richard wolffe, great to have you with us. >> thank you. >> i've always said that ohio is the land of a cup of coffee. the culture of the folks there, they don't like bus stops, they like it when you sit down and talk about the issues with them and there is a lot to talk about when it comes to middle class income earn are ers in this country in ohio. how does romney and santorum win over those people? >> they have to change their policies. no question, santorum can tell a good personal story about his family, where it breaks down for him he shares the policies the republican party has, they think jobs, they parrot the language of focus groups and polls. everybody says they care about jobs, jobs, jobs, jobs, the policies are a repeat of the bush years. less regulation on big business, lower taxes, we saw romney promise 20% tax cuts across the board. what did that give us in the bush years? less jobs over eight years than jimmy carter created in four. it was the worst jobs record of any president in modern times, an
or three point race, that would make a difference. >> richard wolffe, e.j. dionne, great to have you with us. that is "the ed show," i'll return at 11:00 for another live edition of "the ed show." msnbc's special election coverage continues now with "the rachel maddow show". good evening. >> this is turning out to be unexpectedly exciting night. >> it's a horse race, we will see if the $2.50 gas promised worked for newt gingrich before the night is over. >> talk to you later, man, thank you very much. >>> thanks to you at home for being with us for this exciting hour. this is in fact a big election night. who would have thunk it. it is a really election night there is a ton of suspense what will happen. election night in alabama, mississippi and in the great state of hawaii as well. now as you know the polls just closed about an hour ago, exactly an hour ago, in mississippi and alabama. the latest results that we have from alabama and mississippi right now, in mississippi, nbc is declaring the race there to be too close to call. also a three-way race, 6% in with the vote in in missis
. richard wolffe, great to have you with us tonight. thanks so much. that's "the ed show." i'm ed schultz. "the rachel maddow show" joins right now. good evening, rachel. >> good evening, ed. thanks for joining us this hour. in what ways is mitt romney like an etch a sketch? >> is there a concern that the pressure from santorum and gingrich might force the governor to tax too far to the right that it would hurt him with moderate voters in the general election? >> well, i think he hit a reset but the tonight for the fall campaign. everything changes. it's almost like an etch a sketch, you can shake it up and we start all over again. >> this is an etch a sketch. ed has one, i have one. i was always really bad at this. etch a sketch is made by the ohio art company. it's an american company that's been around since 1908. first in archbold, ohio, then in bryan, ohio. when the company was 40-something years old, they were approached by a french engineer. ohio art bought it and renamed it the etch a sketch, and to the delight to people everywhere in the world who delight in drawing curving lines
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